Inclosure is a noun that may refer to:

1. The act of inclosing; the state of being inclosed, shut up, or encompassed; the separation of land from common ground by a fence.
2. That which is inclosed or placed within something; a thing contained; a space inclosed or fenced up.

3. That which incloses; a barrier or fence.

A dock is an artificial basin or inclosure, in connection with a harbor, for the reception of vessels; the slip or waterway extending between two piers or projecting wharves, or cut into the land for the reception of ships.

It is also an area of forest fenced for the purpose of protecting growing trees.
Ref: 124137/2006-09-19

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Closure (Closure relates to a device or group of devices ...)
campus (Campus is Latin word for "field" or "open space" ...)
roof area (roof area refers to any plane surface, as of the ...)

List of books: Inclosure

Related Articles

campus ■■■■■
Campus is Latin word for "field" or "open space". English gets the words "camp" and "campus" from this . . . Read More
roof area ■■■■■
roof area - Glossary: Roof area refers to any plane surface, as of the floor of a room or church, or . . . Read More
Impoundment at■■■
. . . Read More
Bus support insulator ■■■
Bus support insulator - Glossary: Bus support insulator is a porcelain or fiberglass insulators that . . . Read More
Crown ■■
Crown: Crown is a term that can refer to:; ; 1. The part of your tooth above your gum;; 2. An artificial . . . Read More
Underground ■■
Underground: Underground means under the level of the ground; belowground storage areas; underground . . . Read More
solar thermal electric power plant ■■
solar thermal electric power plant: The equipment has simple structure, installs conveniently, and the . . . Read More
Lates-portland cement mortar ■■
Lates-portland cement mortar - Glossary: Latex-portland cement mortar denotes a mixture of portland cement, . . . Read More
Portland cement concrete ■■
Portland cement concrete - Glossary: Portland cement concrete (PCC) is characterized as a composite material . . . Read More
Port ■■
A harbor or haven where ships may anchor, or that side of the vessel on the left hand or a person who . . . Read More

Other Related Pages